At last the final day of the Korean War arrives. An armistice is signed at Panmunjon between Nam Il and Harrison. However there are still artillery and air attacks even on this last day. Both sides withdraw two kilometres and there is an exchange of prisoners of war between the two sides at Panmunjon. A review of the performance of General Maxwell Taylor, Mark Clarke and Peng.
The peace talks at Panmunjon make slow but steady progress to reaching a cease fire deal to end the Korean War. However there still time for the Chinese Army to successfully launch their summer offensive against the South Korean Army. Once the offensive is over an arrangement is finally reached. a biography of William Harrision leader of the United Nations delegation at the peace talks.
Fighting along the front line in June 1953. The South Korean President Rhee orders that 25,000 North Korean Prisoners of War who do not wish to return to North Korea are to be helped to escape. A biography of the South Korean Minster of Nation Security who planed the escape. The fury of the American forces Rhee to agree an armistice.
Fighting along the front line in May 1953 but the Korean War was not ended on the battlefield but at the peace talks at Panmunjon. The peace began again and make slow but steady progress. A biography of Nam Il the head of the North Korean delegation. The South Korean President Rhee bitterly opposes any suggestion of a peace deal.